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JW! STARK COUOTY DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY, JULY 14. 1898, V . 'f, :t 't i ;. re '. IRoMm.kMthrlood pore- "hole.ntn nod d.lktonA AKlH POWDER Abiolutcly Purs wm WKiia powoi to. mw to"-. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS. SI'AHTA. Ernest Davis Is working for Mervln MoIClnnoy. Androw Dyor of Canton spent Sunday with his ulster, Kntu Dnvls. ' VJ Mrs. John MoKlnnoy was' found dead In her yard Just south of town. Apoplexy was tho causo of herj doath, which probably occurred somo hours be fore sho was discovered. Sho was about 70 years old. Funeral at Magnolia. John Smith died last Thursday and was burled Friday, tho funeral being condnotcd by Kevs. Neoly and Wlhon. Decoased was 41 years old. Ho leaves n mother, two brothers and two slstsrsto mourn his suddon departure. Ho was a wagon maker by trndo and was on Industrious citizen, who had many friends. NEW FHANKLIN. " Thoo. Wormau ana wlfo wore guosts of Frank Parlso on Sunday. ,ai .. SumHartzoll and wlfo of Froeburg visited frlonds on Sunday. m) .,.,,,.'. ,., Mrs. Angellno Fouls Is on the nlok list. Dr. Sautter of llomoworth Is attending her. w h Tlnv. Hesse of "Minerva was vlsltlDg tho sick In tho neighborhood laBt Thurs day Mrs. Bowers of Charaborsburg..vlsltod her daughter,; Mrs. Shookols, last Thurs day. Theodore Walters, who Is attending school at Mt. Union, was horo on Satur day to caro for his harvoit. William Smith and family and Johnson Hawkins- and falmlr spent Sunday with their parents, Isaao Smith's. ... A vory heavy wheat crop has just boon harvested and now tho hum of the thresher It beard In our latid. cyfrj Mrs. Cathorlno Huston Is ot the home of her dauauter near Louisville, carina for tho new grandion which arrived last wook. - Rev. Zlnn of Lootonla exchanged pul pits with llev.Hesso, the Lutheran pastor hero, on Sunday and delivered a vory flno sermon. William Bonton Smith and daughter Laura of Alllanoo spant Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Van Dyno, whoso condition Is hopeUss. -r-T Mrs. Taoy Freed died on Saturday nftor on Ulncs3 of soveral weeks. Sho was burlod Monday afternoon on fo home farm, where sevorol of her family ara lild to rest. Sho was about 85 years of aao. PARIS, ""MraT Ellen" Van Dyno Is on the sick list with a caso of blood poison. .t?i Wllllo Thomas has not yet ontlroly re covered from his recent Illness, being somowhat paralyzed. . u Tho Lutheran Sunday 6ohools of Paris, Manleton, Malvern and Waynesburg will soon arrange for a Jolut plonlo. tj I Go to J. L. Powell's for your lcs cream and cream so-li, the only place In town for theso cooling refreshments. . f ha wheat harvest la ever and the hum of tho threshor and the whistle of the Antrinn mv already bo heard In our midst. Tho Rlngler Sisters show of eomo merit hold forth hero on Monday night In tho school yard undor a good sized canvass. Jacob Stuckoy Is vory slok at "this writing with hemorrhago of tho bowols. His llfo Is In danger, yet It Is hoped he may recover. Gllmour & Folknor'a show held forth here last Wednesday night and a largo audlonco was humbugged. The citizens would have beon justified In egging them out of town. BIOYOLE CIT?. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Mlohaol Warst ler, a daughter. PJMlsses Rica ana Martha Beck visited at Navarro Sunday. , JTServlcos were held hero Sunday morn ing by Rev. Borkey. Mr. Harwick of Masslllon visited bis son Adam last Sunday. Many""of our bicycle riders wont to Meyer's Lako last Sunday. -i 7 George Culler of Stanwood is Iho semi- dally visitor of J. O. Keller, fr-W , f f John Rloksookor of Stanwood Is tho semi-weekly visitor of Fred Book. Sorvlccaat Cross Roads Sunday at 10:30 by Rev. Dnnlapof West Brookflold. '-Plola Lolfor'anaArMrSmlth attend od a festival at Rlohvllle Saturday even ing. NEW BERLIN. f Mlis Clara Anthony of Masslllon Is tho gnost of Miss Cora Kolp. -?a -Ut. fci'Tha blind dopartmentof'tbo pad shop plcnlokod at Turkoyfoot lake. "Miss Carrie Hoovcr'bas gone to Chicago lor a few weeks visit with relatives. Dr. and Mrs. Waldron aio spending a month at their summer homo near Lako Brady. Mrs. Maud Prlco hag""gone toPhlla- uoipma 10 spenu a iow wocks wltn relatives and friends. . 2&,i5t t C )"Mlssos Carrie and Graco Kolp of Akron aro vliltlng their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kolp, Br. ($&, f i MUs Irono Eoka of "S,iltlIako Ultjr"ls spending a few wooks at tho homo of Hamilton Gruham, 6oath of town. g I- Tho Literary olnb mot at", tho homoof Zora Reemsnyder Monday evening. The olub oontomnUtos an outing la tho nujr future ". ' ?" xThtro wero no services at St Paul's church on Sunday owing to tto Illness ot Rov. Father Buerkel, who has boon oonQnod to Jils room for tho pastj.few days. -..-uihLM i ; fJTho now barn ou tho farm owned by MUs Luor Kryker lsoimpletwd and is ono ot the finest iu this vicinity. It was built by Mr.Keck and sons of MoDonalds vllle. Mrs. V. II. Ilcfluian and children, of South Market street, lett Tuesday for Cumberland, Md., where they will visit friends and relatives:. Mrs. N. II. Wuhburn, i titter, aee&fflpaated Mrs. He-a WHEN IGHTING REOPENED, tVarililp Threw filirlL ot finntlnRo, but ' rdl Short Hlintlcr Inter viewed. IlRAOQUMlTKnS OF OKNEIlAt.SlI AFTER, Jnly 10, rnsr dlsiwtcli boat, via Port An tonio and Kingston, Jamaica, July 12. From 4 o'clock this nftcrnocn until dark tho American guns hjvo again boon ponring n deadly flro Ir.'x) tho Spanish linos. Our men nro greatly rofroshed by their thrco days' rest and havo been fighting with liou-llko spirit. Tho kuowlodgo of rcinforcomonts gives tliom now enthusiasm. Tho artillery is In placo and doing of fcotlvo work. Tho iiro from tho Span iards iu tho tranches is vory weak. Tho city of Santiago is almost in darkness tonight, and our men believo that tho rcsistanco of tho Spaniards is about at an end. They expect a gen eral assault tomorrow, should tho city not havo surrendered at daybreak. The Americans nro now inuou botter loru fled in tho trenches. General Shaf tor said to a correspond ent: "Goneral Honry and his division nro now landing nt Jurngua and nro coming np as rapidly as possible" Our lines caunot bo iliado moro effcctvro, bnt if tho chauco offers to Incrcjwo our strength I will tako advantago of it. "I shall not bo surprised If wo have Santiago In thrco days. "At El Canor thoro aro 10,000 miser able rofugocs from Santiago, old mon, womon and children, whom tho Span iards havo pormittcd to go to our lines to got food. Tho plight of theso help less pcoplo is heartrending. Tho Amer icans aro doing nil thoy can for thorn." On Board thkDispatchboatDandv, off AatMDORES, Cuba, July 10, via Port Antonio and Kingston, Jamaica, Jnly 12. Tho Brooklyn, Texas and Indiana, under Connnodoro Schloy, bogaa tho bombardment of tho city of Santiago at 5:15 this afternoon, in obodiouco to a ro quest from General Shaftor, conveyed by n signal from tho shoro. Tho warships lined up from east to wost, a quarter of a milo from tho shoro, and fired over tho limestono cliffs that como down to tho sea and hido tho city, flvo miles away. Tho bombardment was continuod for ono hour. After 85 shots had boon fired from tho 8-inch guns Gommodora Schley became convinced that tho Brooklyn's llro was falling short nnd ordorcd a cessation, permitting tho;battloships to continue, thoy, with their larger guns, having longer range Tho shots wero fired ap parently with great deliberation and at intervals of two minutes. Tho signals from tho shoro announced that tho shells fell 1.000 foot short and a littlo to tho left of tho Spanish position. At dusk the squadron ceased tiring. GOBIN GIVEN A SWORD. Seventh Ohio Kecelved KqulpmenU, Humor of Worthleis ltlUes. Washington, July 12. Tho offlcors at Camp Alger aro endeavoring to com pleto tho cqnipmont of tho Second army corps. Tho Seventh Ohio roccntly re ceived urms and accoutrements suffi cient to supply the regiment. It is said that a number of rifles furnished tho Twenty-second Kansas aro entirely worthless, and, in fact, aro old guns mado to iook now. The Seventh Illinois. Sixth Pennsvl. vania nnd Third Missouri regiments will soon receivo their supplies. Tho Third Vermont and Eighth. Twelfth anu Thirteenth Pennsylvania started out yesterday on a practico march. General Gobiu has been presented a nauusomo swora uy inenas. Orders to Troops. CmcKAitAUOA Park, Ga., July 13. uraers reaouea ueuerui urooiio yestcr day from tho war donartmont to for. ward the recruits for tho Wisconsin and faixteentu Pennsylvania rejritneuts to Charleston. Orders wero also re ceived yesterday delaying tho dcpartnro of tho First Ohio cavalry until tomor row morning. Tho regiment is thor oughly equipped and havo their bolong- ings an pacKea ready lor departure, They aro to go to Tampa Spanish Prisoners Enniled. Portsmouth, N. H., July 12. The bpamslx prisoners who wero brought to this port iu tho auxiliary cruiser St. Louis from Santiago numbered 602. Thn men who formed part of tho crow of Admiral Uorvera's squadron last night slept peacofuUy and iu apparout com fort in tho . now barracks erected for them on Scaveys island. Around them was a guard of 125 marines, tho pick of tho corps of tho marino barracks on tho Atlantic coast. Ai to Spanish 1'rlsoner. Washington, July 12. Captain Cooper, superintendent of the naval acadomy at Annapolis, spent somo tlmo with Secretary Long yostorday after noon going over tho quostion of caring for the Spanish naval prisoners, includ ing Admiral Cervero, who aro to bo quartered at tho academy. A complete understanding was reached by which tho Spanish otneers will receivo every consideration consistent with their rank. HAWAIJAN COMMISSION. Senator Callom Chosen Chalrmao Kay Ball Aug. X. Wasothoton, July 12. Tho Amori can members of the commission ap pointed by tho president undor tho act annoxing Hawaii to tho United States wero In couf cronco at tho capitol yoster day. Senator Oullom was chosen chair man of tho commission and othor offi cials designated. Mr. M. W. Blnmi.n. berg, ono of tho official reporters) of tho Bcuaw, was appointed reporter of the commission. It was decided that tho entire elorical forco shonlil 1m nnninneai of employes of the seuato In order not iwuuu uuuovrasaiiijr iu iuo salary roll at thfl flnmmifuinn. Tr. nrna lmnneDiv.u to fix a definite time for departure, but twg. i ugreea upon as me npproxlmato date for sailing from San Francisco. it is expected mac anouc two mouths' tlmo will bo spent in Hawaii and tho commission hopes to havo its recom mendations prepared by the opening of tho next session of congress. A Terrlfylne; llarthquakr. New York, July 12. Advioes re ceived hero yesterday sav that an earth quako was felt in Capo Haiticn, Haiti. The disturbanco lasted flvo seconds, and was so sovcre as to havo driven tho in habitants from their homes in tarmr. Strayed Mule rukcu Up. A mule, weighing about 000 pounds, of light broKn color, came to my place Tuesday, July 12th, and is now held by me. Owner can have the same by prov ing property and paying for keeping same, and by paying tor the ndvertlse menu For infounation, call at Demo crat ctike, East 7th St., Canton. tf On Sunday, June 17th, at 2 p. m., in U. M. S. A., nail. Bast block, a meeting will be held for the purpose ot making arrangeaieutr for the aunul picnic for the enjoyment and benefit of the Louhvlllo orphiM. All ftleads of the orphans are Invited to attend this meet ing. ,&. Koaehe, Sc. FLAG OFJRUCL Ono Sent Out of Santiago by tho Spanish. SHAFTER WAS TO ATTACK. But the Hag Oamo Out Before He Had Commenced. WARSHIPS HAD KEEN AT 1Y0KK. Threw SlielU nt the City Tor About Two Hour, but Mutt Wero I'lilllng Short. hntt Shot Struck n Church, Iu Which l'owder and Ammuultlon Wn Stored. Terrlflo Kiploiilon 1'ollowcd Arrival of General Miles on tho Auxlllnry Cruller Ynle Itoar Admiral tampion l'ald Illiu u Visit. Off Sastiaoo nn Cuba, via Plr.ya del Esto, July 12. Abont 0:30 yesterday morning nftor several rango-flnding shots over tho ridgo protecting Santiago from tho sea, tho United States crulsor Kewnrk opoucd flro into tho city with her 8-lucb guns. Tho signal corps station on tho top of tho ridgo reportod tho effect of the Ehots. Tho Now York, Brooklyn and In diana participated in tho firing at in tervals of live mimitoH. Tho lombardtncut lasted for two hours, when Goneral Shaftor roportcd that sholls wero mostly filling in the bay and doing but littlo damago. Tho last shot, howovor, struck a prominout church in tho heart of tho city, which was heavily stored with powder nnd ammunition, causing a tro mondous explosion. Tho oxtont of tho damago is not yet known. When the warships ceased firing aud beforo General Shaftor had bogun a land attack a ling of trnco was seen coming from tho city. Tho objoct of this was not known about noon yester day when this correspondent loft tho front. At about 2 o'clock yesterday af tor noon tho United States a'uxiliary cruiser Yalo, with Goneral Nelson A. Miles, and tho Unitod States protected cruiser Columbia, arrived. Roar Admiral Sampson visited Gon eral Miles immediatoly on his arrival nnd then the Yalo went to Sibonoy, Gen eral Miles and his personal staff land ing in a pouring rain. MILES REACHES CUBA. Conforred With Sampson nnd Shafter. Dispatches l'roiu tho Latter He ported Tito Killed. Washington, July 12. Tno war de partment is advised of tho arrival off Santiago yesterday of tho auxiliary cruiser Yalo with General Miles and his staff and a portion of Garrctsou's brigade. General Miles had a confer ence with Admiral Sampson and later conferred with General Shafter by moans of tho bignal scrvico telophono wires. It is not to bo understood that Gen eral Miles is to supersedo General Shafter in command of tho United States forces boforo Santiago. General Shafter is operating there under writ ten instructions from tho secretary of war, approved by tho presldont, and as long as lio is able physically to direct tno troops ho will retain his command, A prominent official of tho war do partment said lato last night that neither tho administration nor General Miles hud any dehho to detract an iota from tho credit duo to Goneral Shafter for the plans by which he hopes to achieve a victory nt Santiago. Tho notably fast run made by tho cruiser Yalo from Charleston to Santi ago is particularly pleasing to tho naval officials. Sho loft Charleston Saturday morning about 2 o'clock, making tho run in a triflo less than two days aud a half. Sho had on board tho Sixth Mas sachusetts, ono of tho regiments of General Garrettson's brigade Th.e Columbia, which loft Charleston practically simultaneously with tho Yalo, carried one battalion of tho Sixth Illinois, also a part or Garretson's bri gado. So far as can bo learned at this writing the Columbia has not arrived off Santiago. Washington-, July 12. The war de partment yesterday made public these two dispatches from General Shafter: "Playa dol Esto Tho navy has promised after tho bombardmont begins to get in closo to tho harbor with somo of their light draft boats. If the bom bardment tomorrow (today) is not quickly conclusivo thoy will make tho attempt. As soon as Henry's reinforce ments arrive wo will surround the town and can knock it to pieces with our light guns. Captain Goodrich of tho at. onis assisted mo very ably in dis embarking troops." My plans for tomorrow are to keep up tho bombardment of tho trenchos aud complete tho investment on tho north west by tho troops which have just ar rived at Sibonoy, ono regiment of which, the First Illinois, has now reached mo," Washington, July 12. Tho war do partniout has posted the following dis patch from Geuorul Shafter: Playa dkl Estk, July 11. To Adjutant Qraeral, Wellington. nEArKJOAUTEKS NllAlt SANTIAGO, July 11. Following report of casualties iu the first division yesterday afteruoou just received: Killed Captain Charles W. Rowell, Second infantry, aud Privato Peter Nelson, Company A, Second infantry. Wounded Lieutenant N. J. Lutz, Second lufautry; Private Charles Jenks, Company A, Second infantry; Private Charles Lentki, Company IS, Second iufautry, and Privato Nelsou Gilbert, J'., Twenty-first infantry. Ohio Odd Fellinr. Columdus, July 13. This city is the mecca oV Ohio Odd Fellows, tho grand encampment ot tho stato beiug in bes eiou uud also tho dopartmout encamp ment of tho Patriarchs Militant. A camp lias been started at Andrew's grovo aud 003 patriarchs aro living iu tents. Tho encampment continues all wcjk. A big parade will bo given Thursday. Spaulsh Trlsonera Seemed Comfortable. Portsmouth. N. II., July 13. The Spanish captives who were lauded on Searcy 'a islund havo mado thouuolves at homo and most of them spent yes terday in playing curds aud othor favor ite games. The meu havo good appe tites aud havo apparently become con tented. Tho food being supplied them a ui me ue qualify. W.D. CALDWELL Gold WIr Are now with us for 10 days, making all kinds of ROLED GOLD JEWELRY while you wait. In order that? everyone com ing to see them may make we will start our Annual MidSummer Clearance At this auspicious time. The mere mention of this sale should be enough to more than fill this Mammoth Dry Goods Store every day during- this sale when values are not taken into consideration by the proprietors of this Grand Empori um but prices, that are irresistable, placed on goods in or der to make ONE GRAND SWEEP of all Spring and Sum mer Goods. Remember, that with every $1.00 Purchase Made During the Next 10 Days You Get a Handsome PIECE OF JEWELRY FREE! Annual Clearance Sale Dress Goods 1 Silks. An opportunity now for you to buy Dress Goods and Silks cheaper than ever offered in this section. Wc will Revolutionize the Wash Dress Goods business in this city. Prices That Talk. Best Cambric Linings 3c 10 pieces All Wool Novelties 15c 35c Black ami Colored Serges 21c All Wool Clmllies 39c 500 ALL WOOL REMNANTS HALF PRICE. 75c Foulard Waist Silks 39c 75c and SI Fancy Taffeta Silks 50c S1.25 and $1.50 Waist Silks 75c GRA.ND OFFERINGS IN BLACK GOODS. Ribbons! Ribbons! Big Clearance Sale of Ribbons. . Greatest Values Yet Offered. 1,000 Pieces Fancy Taffetas,' Moire Effects, Plaids, Checks and All New Styles, Your Choice, 25c. All Sash Widths. No. 40 Ribbons 5 Cents. Nos. 40 and GO Ribbons 15 Cents. Extra Width Gauze Ribbons 15 Cents. Mid-Summer Clearance Sale SUMflER MILLINERY! Aiter a most prosperous season in this department, wo now open our Regular Clean-Up Sale of all stock leit. Handsome Roses 3c, 5c, 8c, 10c, 15c Ladies' Shapes, variety braids, 5c Ladies' 50c Sailors, in white, blue and black, 12Jc Children's Leghorn Hats 10c Ono lot Ladies' Trimmed Hats 98c Children's Trimmed White Leghorns 39c 50 Now Up-to-Dito Trimmed Hats, selling from S3 to $5, your choice $1.98 All $5, $6, $8 and $10 Hats at Half Price. Clearance Sale Knit Underwear 50c Ladies' SilkTapcd Vests 25o Children') Vests 5c Ladies' Gauze Vests fo Men's Gauze Underwear 25c Ladies' Gauze Combination Suits ". 29o Big Lino of Mon'a Outing Shirts S5o Boys' Brownie Overalls , 25c Lace Curtains and Draperies 500 Pair Lace Curtains put into this Big Clearance Sale. 2.50 Lace Curtains $1.50. All $1.25 Curtains 75o, All $2.75,$3.00and $3.50 Curtains now $2.49. 3 pair Tapestry Curtains , S3.08. Few palrChenilo Curtains $3.1.9. DON'T FORGET OUR Bid ii JLte htm in Arti the visit doubly ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE Ladies5 Ready Made Goods. In our Cloak Dept. you will find grand as sortment of Spring and Summer Goods that must be moved, hence this Big Clearance Sale. Ladies' House Wrappers 49c, 98c, $1.25 Ladies' Separate Skirts. . . .$1.49, $1.98, $2.98r Big line White P. K. Skirts $1.25 Ladies' Linen Skirts $1.00. Suits.. $2. 98 Ladies' Spring Jackets at ONE-HALF PRICE. Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits, all styles, all sizes, silk lined throughout in many instances 50 PER CENT REDUCTION DURING THIS SALE. Ladies' Silk Capes $2.50, $3.50, $4.98 Ladies' Bicycle Skirts $1.98, $3.98 Ladies' Bike Suits $6.00 and $8.00 Ladies' Underskirts 98c, $1.25, 1.50, 1.98 See those Fancy Flounce Underskirts 98c ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE SHIRT WAISTS AND HUS LIN UNDERWEAR. 50 Dozen Handsome Shirt Waists placed in this sale at LESS than you can buy the goods for. 10 Dozen, all sizes, all colors 25c 15 Dozen $1.00 and $1.50 Waists at 50c 5 Dozen $1.50 and S2.00 Waists 75c Ladies' Muslin Drawers I9c Ladies' Cambric Corset Covers 9c Ladies' Umbrella Drawers , 29c Ladies' Lace Trimmed Gowns 49c 10 Dozen slightly soiled Corset Covers, as high as $1.25, reduced to 39c and 59c Clearance Sale Parasols and Umbrellas. One lot Fancy Parasols reduced to $1.98 100 Silk Umbrellas, variety Fancy han dlesSale price $1.25 Children's Parasols - 25c ANNUAL CLEARANCE Turkey Rod Prints, Black Dots Best Gringhums at 3G inch Percales lOo Lawns at l'2o Lawns at 12o Silkalincs at. izc aco urganuies at Big Line of Wash Goods BIG BATH TOWELS at MID-SUMMSR CLEARANCE SALE LACES, EMBROIDERIES AND NOTIONS. 80, 10c, 12jo Liicoa at 5c yd lf a and 18o Luces nt lOo yd lOo Embroidorios at 5c yd 15c Embroidorics at lOo yd NEW LINE BELTS JUST IN. Handeomo lino at 10, 19, 25, 50o Now lino Puff, String and Bow Tics, all colors 2;; 00 RIBBON SALE NOW ON. & CO. profitable, SALE DOMESTICS. 2$o yard 5o yard Go yard 4c vard Go yard 80 yard Uo yard. Now Being Closed Out. 10c each Rogular fiOo Poarl "Waist Sots tomorrow 25c BIG LINE MEN'S NECKWEAR. Clark's 0. N. T. Thread 2c Best Pins , lo nor paper NEW LINE LADIES' HAIR COMBS. Sale i jiii ija :i U Ja ..V flt .,. ltiJ,iA..H .A ..? aL.r- i h . v ' . ..